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Kaibab Trail Trip 

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(SOUTH SECTION) 

Guide Leaflet No. 4 



GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK 

ARIZONA 





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North Carolina 








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NATIONAL MEMORIAL 

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NORTH CAROLINA 





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Maryland 






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Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, one of the country's greatest 
waterfowl nesting grounds, is in southeastern Oregon, about 32 miles 
south of the old cattle town of Burns. 

The 18^,000 acres of the refuge include Malheur, Mud, and Harney 
Lakes, the Double-0 Ranch, as well as the great valley of the Donner und 
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AN INVITATION 



The national park service of the Department of 
the Interior invites you to the areas of the National 
Park System, which are the property of all Americans. 
It urges you, when you visit them, to take advantage 
of the opportunities offered to learn more about them ; 
and it asks your assistance in protecting the natural 
and historic features found in them. 



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the Interior invites you to the areas of the National 
Park System, which are the property of all Americans. 
It urges you, when you visit them, to take advantage 
of the opportunities offered to learn more about them ; 
and it asks your assistance in protecting the natural 
and historic features found in them. 



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AN INVITATION 



The national park service of the Department of 
the Interior invites you to the areas of the National 
Park System, which are the property of all Americans. 
It urges you, when you visit them, to take advantage 
of the opportunities offered to learn more about them; 
and it asks your assistance in protecting the natural 
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NATIONAL PARK 

TENNESSEE — NORTH CAROLINA 

NATURALIST SERVICE 

Nature walks, guided hiking trips, self-guiding 
trails, illustrated talks, informal campfire programs, 
and exhibits are features of the Naturalist Program in 
Great Smoky Mountains National Park. By these means, 
the visitor can become better acquainted with the natu- 
ral and human history of this extraordinary area. 

Points of outstanding interest are visited on most 
of the guided trips. Regardless of the objective, stops ' 
are made at frequent intervals and trailside features 
are discussed. On longer trips, especially in the high 
Smokies, it is recommended that hikers carry a rain- 
coat. Unless indicated in the program, no registration 
is necessary. All events are open to the public and are 
offered without charge by the National Park Service. 



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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



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Millions of people annually visit both Na- 
tional Parks and National Forests, or receive 
benefits of one kind or another from them, 
without realizing that there is a definite dis- 
tinction between these two kinds of Federal 
reservations. Perhaps you are one of these, and 
would like to know what that distinction is. 

Both the National Forests and the many kinds 
of areas that compose the National Park System 
exemplify conservation — the wise use of our 
resources; and both play an important part in 
the lives of the people of our Nation. 



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GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK 

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The interpretive program for visitors to Grand 
Teton National Park is conducted by Park 
Ranger-Naturalists. All services, museum fa- 
cilities, and exhibits are free of charge. The 
purpose of the program is to add to the 
visitors' understanding of the Park's natural 
and historic features and thus provide for 
their greater enjoyment of the area. 



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THE 
NATIONAL PARK * 
SYSTEM A 

WESTERN 
UNITED STATES 




AN INVITATION 



The national park service of the Department of 
the Interior invites you to the areas of the National 
Park System, which are the property of all Americans. 
It urges you, when you visit them, to take advantage 
of the opportunities offered to learn more about them; 
and it asks your assistance in protecting the natural 
and historic features found in them. 

Revised 1961 






^174 

AN ANNOUNCEMENT/row the 

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE 

to OUT-OF-TOWN 

& SCHOOL GROUPS 

I VISITING 

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